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From: Magnus Bäck (magnusdsek.lth.se)
Date: Wed Apr 18 2007 - 15:40:52 CDT
On Wednesday, April 18, 2007 at 22:28 CEST,
Camilo Echeverry <camilingmail.com> wrote:
> I'm using Postfix with OpenLDAP for a single domain in two servers.
> using virtual relay
> Currently I'm using a proxy (in a third server) to determine which
> server stores which mailbox
> The proxy looks for a ldap entry mailboxTransport attribute present in
> each user eg:
> mailTransport = smtp: server1.domain.com
> then redirects the mail to the corresponding server
> I want to know if there is a way to suppress this proxy.
Make the domain a relay domain on the gateway server and use the
transport table to selectively route users to different servers. Don't
forget to implement recipient validation via relay_recipient_maps.
An alternative is to use virtual aliasing to rewrite each recipient
address to the name of the server that hosts that user.
> tried to use the same transport schema but receive this error:
> status=bounced (mail for 18.104.22.168 loops back to myself)
More information is needed to diagnose the error. DEBUG_README
contains instructions on how to provide good error reports.